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morning maryland. >> he said i want to go home. i told him. >> the devastation caused by sandy is taking an emotional toll on a father. >> all right. so much coming up for you on this friday november 2nd good morning i am charley crowson. >> i am megan pringle. thanks for joining us. we have seen it sandy may be gone but she is having a huge impact not just here but other places. >> recovery is taking place and it's going to take quite a while in a number of areas. the scenes are all too familiar long lines and people waiting for gas and public transportation and still with no power or clean water in the northeast. >> let's go out to renee marsh live this morning in new york city. >> reporter: we are in midtown manhattan there's power but 25 blocks from here, people in lower manhattan, they are still in the dark. four days after super storm sandy tempers are high. >> we are going to die. you don't understand you got to get your trucks here on this corner. now. >> reporter: new york senator chuck schumer met this woman while touring a water logged neighborhood. >> this is the wo
>>> and the measures take ton prevent long lines at the gas pump. >>> people suffering from sandy. how can you make a difference. all the details on that this morning. >> thank you for joining us. >>> i'm megan pringle. >> i'm charley crowson. >>> and lynette says we could see big things in the forecast. >> we'll start to have that warming trend. we're drying out nicely. the most powerful radar has the sweeps on. not a lot to scan. we will be cold this morning. we should be at 39. across the area. and 36 degrees. we have the winds out of the north. that's the name of the game. and 35 degrees and this is what we can expect as we head through the day. look at the sunshine that we'll receive. it is still cold out. as we go into lunchtime, 53 degrees and 56. not cold any more. and by tomorrow temperatures will be above average. good morning. >> good morning. >> i'm looking forward to that. >> if you are traveling, we are dealing with problems now. we have a tree blocking route 7 at 543. you will want to stick with 40. as we look at 95 at route 43. everything moving along as you head
to cover, sandy still the big story. thousands of people in new jersey still trapped in their homes and the cleanup is only just beginning in some of the hardest hit areas. we're hearing that the death toll has risen in new york city and of course a lot of people are still devastated by the fires. they can't go anywhere, and water conservation also a huge issue. let's head live to hoboken where we see remay marsh. >>> the national guard are still on stand by, yesterday they rescued people trapped inside their house, but this morning some good news. that contaminated flood water in this area is all gone. >> it's been three days since super storm sandy bore down on the east coast, but recovery is just beginning. governor chris christie of new jersey is asking for patience. >> i need you to have patience as i'm trying to get all these things done. >> christie accompanied president obama on a tour of storm damage yesterday. the president said americans go through tough times, but always bounce back. >> my commitment to the people on this block, the people in this community, and the peop
and new york affected by sandy. >> parts are getting rain and snow, thousands had power restored from the last storm. now it is out again. >> and we're live at statten island. many people need relief. they have received none. emily. >> good morning. can you see behind me we have several inches of snow here and in the northeast it is recovering from standee. this latest dose of what is winter weather is the last thing anyone needed. >> the region is reeling from sandy a nor'easter delivers another blow. >> it is testing the resolve of my state. >> it wounded the northeast with snow and winds gusting at 16 miles an hour. and the home was damaged. the new storm is pushing him to the limit. >> everything that i own is here i'm trying to save it. >> yesterday new york mayor urged those in low lying areas to go some place safer. >> there could be major flooding in spots already eroded by sandy. and the difference here is that the barriers of sand or rock that were there before. perhaps are not there. >> and the storm is creating a potentially deadly situation for those without power and
new jersey did have an earthquake was in february of 2011. sandy has come and gone and left a trail of damage in her wake. >> you need to be careful. joce sterman has a warning on why it's this week's scam alert. >> out of state utility crews came by the thousands to bail us out in the wake of sandy. they are not the only ones who made a move to maryland. they claim they can fix damage but really just want your cash. >> sometimes your emotions get the best of us. >> angie with the better business burreau says that can cost you big, if you have fallen trees, a damaged roof and mold from rising water, you shouldn't let someone who knocks on your door, do the work to fix it, unless you do research. >> deal with a contractor who is licensed, who also has workers comp insurance, get the information from them and call mhis or the better business burreau and let us verify the information. >> reporter: before you hand over money to any contractor, get details on the work in writing from the labor to the materials and the cost. all that should be listed in a contract you can evaluate before
be done ahead. >> and downed trees torn up homes and sandy has left her mark. now it's the form of huge trash piles that's going to have everyone talking coming up. >> and we are dry right now. we have a few clouds across the area. but we are waiting for the nor easter to move in as we go through tomorrow. i will tell you about the impact that it will have on us coming up. >> reporter: everything is nice and clear here on 97 at route 100. but we are dealing with accidents across the region. details coming up next. >> and that is live picture of new york city's times square. let's go up there to get today's tech bites. >> reporter: in today's tech bites even in this digital age there are still major concerns about the security of online voting. nearly all of this year's votes will be cast by traditional methods even in new jersey where hurricane victims may vote using e-mail or fax. some states go i have been military personnel the option. apple's share of the tablet computer market is only half. the ipad face more can he station from android device but apple shipped more ipads in the th
's going on for thousands of new yorkers affected by superstorm sandy. now a lawsuit has been filed against the long island power authority claiming gross negligence. >> how much longer can we take this? i mean, i don't understand how unprepared could lipa have been to see that we're here 16 days without power? >> you are hearing from laura brennan there, salt water rushed into her oceanside home, the water heater, boiler failed. she's among the 11.000 homeowners that need repairs before the power can be turned back on. in response to that criticism, lipa's chief operating officer has resigned. >>> senatorses for seven states including maryland are now asking president barack obama for money in the aftermath of sandy. they're asking the president to add more emergency aid for federal disaster assistance programs into the 2013 budget request. they're hoping for a quick response to help those recovery victims get back on their feet. and when you see things like this, you know, lynette, we said earlier this morning, we keep saying this over and over and you would think relief would be in sight
. >>> they are recovering from sandy and another storm is threatening new york and new jersey. >> new york mayor michael bloomberg is going to close city beaches and parks at noon today. there is worry that 55 miles per hour wind gusts could bring down branches or trees that are weak nd by sandy. >> so we could have some snow on the ground and certainly some snow on the trees that makes trees already have their base flooded more likely to fall over and that's something that we really will worry about. >> before the storm gets there police are going to be going through the hardest hit areas telling people to get to shelters. in many of the parts power has not been restored and the wind chill is forecasted to be in the 20s tonight and there's the threat of coastal flooding from the storm and especially since much of the sand that once formed the barrier between the sea and people's homes have been washed away. >> combined with all the people who can't get gas to use the generators or waiting six hours in line to get gas. it's incredible and hard to believe they are getting hit. >> a bad scenario and dange
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